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Monthly Archives: January 2017

When do shocks and struts need to be replaced?

When do shocks and struts need to be replaced?

When do shocks and struts need to be replaced? The first thing that you need to check is your odometer. If your odometer reads 50,000 miles or more and they have not been replaced, they should be inspected. There are several signs that they need to be replaced. Does your car dip or dive when you stop? This can cause you to have an increase in your braking distance. Do you notice any bumping, swaying or bottoming out? Shocks and struts help you maintain control on uneven surfaces by keeping your tires on the road. Speaking of tires, they can actually give you indications of the need to replace the shocks and struts as well. Look at how your tires are wearing. Do you notice any cupping or chopping? This too can indicate the need for replacement. We are experts at inspecting, advising and replacing shocks and struts if necessary. In fact our experts check them every time you have service. We ... read more

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Rusted Frame Repair

Rusted Frame Repair

Do you have a Jeep Wrangler that needs a rusted frame repaired? Don't despair, we can help! Unfortunately, Jeep Wranglers models from 1987-2006, are known to have rust problems. They develop rust through on the frame rails between the front trailing arm brackets all the way to the rear trailing arm brackets. Until recently the rust damage would have to be caught early to save the frame. But now we have caps that are available to place over the damaged area once the rust is removed. We also treat the cap area and cap with a rust inhibitor to help protect it. Though it takes significant time to instakk, the repair is the long term solution. At Framerite, we have the expertise and experience to keek your Wrangler on the road for a lot less than replacing the vehicle! #framerepairnearme #trailingarm #carrepairnearme

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Don’t Ignore That Light

Don’t Ignore That Light

Is that pesky TPMS light on? What does it mean anyway? Think you can ignore it? Don't! TPMS stands for Tire Pressure Monitor System and it alerts you to unsafe driving conditions. It means that one or more of your tires are either under-inflated or over- inflated. Did you know that under-inflated tires are responsible for 33,000 accidents and 600 fatalities a year? If your light is on, give us a call. Not only will we turn that light out for you but we will make sure that you don't have a tire problem and we will have you rolling out with the appropriate air pressures in all 4 tires. #TPMSlight #autorepairnearme #tires

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Alignments

Alignments

“Does my car need an alignment?” We hear this asked everyday. If your car is pulling to one side, your steering wheel is crooked when going straight or you have uneven tire wear, you need an alignment. If any of these conditions describe you current situation, let us check your vehicle's alignment. In addition, it's a good idea to have an alignment check every year or so. This way we can catch a problem BEFORE you have uneven tire wear and have to replace 4 tires. We have the precision equipment to check your alignment and the experience and expertise to repair any issue. We have been performing alignments for Baltimore motorists for more than 60 years! #carpulling #tires #crookedsteeringwheel

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